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- Peace on earth?
- Was God’s will done in the US election result?
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- Saul among the prophets – an interesting worship experience
- God bless Greenbelt
- Coping with our faith crises
- An experience of divine absence
- Why doesn’t God magically sort out our problems?
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- 'The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas', Evil, and the impact of Incarnation
- Challenging evangelical preoccupations: sin, scripture, soul-saving (and some others)
- Hating God
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- Jürgen Moltmann and universalism
- The life cycle of faith - stages of spiritual development (stages of faith)
Tag Archives: agnosticism
So Lent began today. I’m not giving up anything like chocolate, but I do have a sort of Lenten theme, which is letting go, stripping back and setting aside in order to move on. In this post I’m looking at … Continue reading
This is the final post in the series: Atheism okay; Agnosticism better; Theism best of all. I’ve split this post in two because it’s turned out kind of long. Drum roll… and now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, … Continue reading
This is the second in a trio of posts: Atheism okay; Agnosticism better; Theism best of all. No. 1 on atheism generated a minor firestorm from aggrieved atheists, so it will be interesting to see whether there are similarly militant … Continue reading
Before moving on to agnosticism, it strikes me there’s actually some useful common ground between atheism and Christianity… The God we do (not) believe in Christian post-modern philosopher/theologian Peter Rollins once addressed a gathering of atheists and was asked “Given … Continue reading